NickWhat I'm getting at is that you would stop contributing to a 401k after contributing the amount the employer will match and then move on to a Roth IRA. I don't mean to just stop cold. It's a matter of priortising your contributions. Assuming one has a limited amount they can afford to contribute each year, one could argue the order of priority might look something like this:1. 401k up to the employer matching amount because that's FREE money.2. Roth IRA because it is cheaper and has more investment options than a 401k.3. Back to the 401k to maximize that.4. Etc.RB
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